The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 51, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 17, 1926 Page: 5 of 8
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i Anvil Herald
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yi, tho Wail
for PH Rio
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ph art hitti
INA OIL COMPANY
In* Oil Cnmiunv u..
CHANGE OF TIME Ci
Oh SOUTHERN PACIFU
onvention and sale of tho Texas
Sheep and Goat Rawer*’ Association
and the city’* seventh annual rodeo
nnlng frtr Edwards Lime Wednesday in its No, Train .la. 103. due at
i5^S.V.ml«RMYTO * “tPr*" “■» "Ubr,Uon
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_ Del Rio j remises that it will be
Tt^he Fostofflce at Hondo, the greatest event of its kind ever
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stag'd in Texas.
1 Hoffman, a wildcat test in Medina
t ounty several jnile* south of Hon-
do. The first core taken In the Ed-
wards was at 1912. There is a lit-
tle sulphur od-r and the expectation
is that within the next 50
(No Mall >
Train No. 7. due at 11:35 A. M.
(U. S. Mail.)
Train No. 227. due at 1:10 A. M.
feet the Train No. 104, due at 12:02 P, M.
(U. S. Mail.)
Train No. h. due at 6:63
(U. S. Mail.)
cither be an oil well nr
, Between 5.000 and 8,000 people sulphur W*H. Thjfl wei) has two
are expected. To entertain them K'»od shallow showings that were
the merchant* through the Chamber thought sufficient to make commer- Train No. 228, due at 2:05 A. M.
of Commerce hive raised $5,000, c'al wells. The Inn Oil Company’s No. 101, Sunset Limited, west bound,
while individuals are spending $2,000 wildcat on the* Finger tract is dril-
additional for .souvenirs and per* ling with cable tools and is' expecting
onal entertainment. This will mean to P><’k up shallow production at a
an expenditure of virtually a dollar round 900 feet,
per person for entertainment for the North A- South drilling its No. 1
three days. July 27, 28, and 29. Taylor a little north of the Medina
| No less than 250 large American Oil Copany’s Taylor No. 1 has pene-
f v \\-jji Rarron and Mr. ^aRS are b«’-ng purchased with which trated a 20-foot sand at 220 feet
F ! , -r |«1_ to decorate the town. A 100 bv that carried oil.
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A* Devine News.
due at 0:14 A. M., picks up pas-
sengers for points west of El Paso,
No. 102, Sunset Limited, east bound,
due at 1:47 A. M., picks up pas-
sengers for Newr Orleans.
Yagel. of lola, were in
The test is rig-
Habitual Costipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days.
‘LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN” is
nine from the Rio 100 !ta*e is beinK em’ted for a free with heavy type of rig for a: specially-prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxa-
1 Anjfclo hind to furnish th? >t that it is moving rn a light rig regular action. It Stimulates and
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ST. JOSEPH NOTES.
to drill another well down to the
a 220-foot sand.
Kittle & Townley are pulling the
! dance music.
Cher in Mexico there will be
[chuck wagon dinner, served where
p Lc,, Goertz and Eddie Ehlin-[Volstead is unknown. liner in their Bendele No. 1. They
nd family visited Fredricksburg Sellers Brothers arc staging the have had a showing of oil at ap-
is far cast aS Rt*d Ruck this rodeo, to which one of tho attractions proxiatelv 9fi0, but due to water,
^ report a fine trip and a visit wdl be Chief Corrals of Brenham, were not able to take a test. Tarver
L priest’s home and parents. a full-blooded Choctaw Indian, who & Sprague, who drilled the No. 1
). me! Mrs. George Kempf visit- will enter the bronco riding cun- Howard on Survey 91, over a mile
^redneksburg a few days this tests. The rodeos will be held each east °f the Henderson & Holden gas
(afternoon after the business meeting wells are rigging up on the J. O.
^ Oliver MeDoughall of San An- of the asociation and in the evening Rodus 320-acre tract in Survey 92,
iwas the guest of Rev. Goertz after the- dance. Purses of $2,500 which adjourns the Howard tract on
Ay this week. have been posted as prizes. the north. The well is located about
L and Mrs. Kddie Ehlinger Jr. j There will be real buffalo riding, 3.500 feet due north of the Howard
[fxnuly were D’Hanis Visitors goat roping, bronco riding, wild test.
horse rac calf roping contests, It is reported that some additional
Regulates. Very Peasant to
^Oc per bottle.
jrs. Aug Schott, Sr. and Jr.
[New Braunfels visitor* one day sport known to the cowboy.
f. Henry Keller of LaCoste was
pint of his brother, E. L. Bohl
illn Ehlinger and family spent
jty in San Antonio.
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b and Mrs. Albert Bilhart2 and
trd daughters spent Sunday in
Ir and Mrs. Rudolph Porch were
lb of Mrs. Minnie Echoli* in
Jr. and Mr- John J- Love from
were guests of Mr. and Mrs,
I Love Thursday.
fc*‘ Bniten and Roe from Hon
pint Wednesday evening with
. Ed. Breiten.
k Erving Rartung of Ran Ant',
tpent the week end with hi*
»r, Mr. J. L. Wimette.
pie !na Mae Wefnette spent
pi . her grandparents at
Uph Bauir and Theo. Bilhartz
I one night the past week at
8 *nd Mr- F.d. Burnette frrnn
Me and M . i'etty from San An-
i spent last Wednesday evening
I Mr. and Mrs. Will BreiUn.
(r. ic 1 Mr Filbert Dul!e*e an t
Irn spent Saturday night with
[ta’.htr. Mr. John Love Sr., who
H doing well. He has been
'for so u nine.
and Mrs. Ned Tarver and babe,
moved tr Mirando City.
F*. Ed. Breiten spent the week-
in Hondo. She attendi d the
Wing of her daughter at 8 P
Mary Pouch spent RiP rcd.iy
f.ng in Hondo.
■ John Roberson of Blue: Crock
* ' ..nates hi re one even-
[the past v . ,-k.
Regina Schmidt and daugh-
from Hondo visited their sons
,*M- Rdbartz went to San A ti
1 °ne day the pant vv c ok
steer bull dogging and every other testf> are to be made in that territory
by other operators. Schermerhorn
The sales will be held in the morn- Oil Company has started its third test
ings. To these sales aie being sent *n that territory southwest of Noonan
prize sheep and goats from all parts on the Irrigation Company land,
of the United States The business Due to a heavy rain the Sabinal
sessions will be held ,n the court Chamber of Commerce has postponed
he use in the afternoons. Speakers of the barbecue it had planned to hold
national reputation have been secur- Thursday tb celebrate the spudding
ed, headed by Congressman Claude °f the Alamo Drilling & Leasing
Hudspeth. After the busness ses- Company s N'o. 1 Kenedy in west-
sion each day the lid come* off the orn Medina County. —Thursday's
town and visitors need not go to the K^pctss.
beds the housing committee will
(have for then unless they want to.
Subscribe for the Anvil Herald.
MANY THINK MALARIA NEVER
Lot No. 6, out of block No. 7, in
the J. W. Miller Addition is for sale
for cash. If you want to purchase a
nice building site for a residence in
Hondo see Fletcher Davis, Manager,
HONDO LAND CO.
Hal Jones Post American Legion
invites its members and their guests
to be present at the Club Room
Wednesday evenine. July 21st, at
8:30 P. M. Forty-two will be played.
L. A. flechler
\ermotor Windmills and
Coring rev. and mrs.
Until Dodson’* Liv.r Tone Drove
Cut Quart* of Sour Bile
and Other Poiton*.
There ar» entire sections where
ev • v r e to think they have
• mehria. father* believe they neor
ifn>. t thi malarial poison out of
A.- old ’’’hiteson says: “Bor years
(I ? Cel •"»! f(-r the aches, hilious-
Bf»s hi ■ ’ -he, co"alioat|tn and the
I(|rath1v feeding assoc’oted with what
we be lieved to be m l aria,
j vi a: 1 h- nrd about Dodson's
Liv<r Tone and bought a bottle for
I n f,-x cento Man. man. what a
Gods, ml In the morning it drove
out quarts of black, sour bile. I
got hock my aonetite for food, brac-
ed right ur and haven't had a sick
>.mll niece Whenever I feel a lit-
tl ■ hiliouj .;i the stomach gets sour,
ire dr‘ of Dodson’ L'ver Tone
is all 1 need. It is surely a bles-
exp* ci< net.
Take n * onftil of Dodson’s Liver
Tone \orrght and you will wake up
r ,, i r at. No men biliousness.
> stipat-b u. s uggol.nc»s, headache,
(,! rijgue or r r stomach Your
drogg.-.t says -f you den’t find I)od-
;on’.: Liver To.v> a- ts I) '”-
horrible calomel your i lont y is
waiting for you. j
Electric irons. Holloway Bros.
r*1 Inday night the Lutheran
wa». unceremoniously and
lurther announcement, entcr-
R1-‘'rhcrs and friends of the
U|'r League, v.ho stated their in-
Hs having a party. Rev.
Grucber, with a fine. sho..
|<ofhui, asm and sportsmanship,
y rocovert-d from their surprise
Pfnt* red into the spirit of the fun.
r ar-d chairs were soon ar-
'n the lawn and for some
■heup (lf laughter and m« rri
the air -indisputable
r*r,y Ihnt all were enjoying the
jtfnshmcnts of ice cream and
[ Were *prved after which the
J* evident of the League, in
^ell-rhusen words, presented
L, Grueber with a sei
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* ‘**h MpooiiH m ai preria*
’A rk and friendship wn ch
j, ‘ ’■‘‘ttdered tl - Lcagut riur-
*’ 'l,av her*. Rov, Grueber
’ ’ « *l> ft, , v.-.O pf
■ .1 -iiri*d t,h*> young people
" rcmkinbrunce in y*i>i
dreiG of others tell th<« same
gave oat easily
“MY health waon*t any *o-
11 count at all,” soya Mrs.
RL L Cayton, of Washington,
N. C. "I would «tart to do
my hruaer/erk and I would
give out before 1 Lad done
anything at alL I did not
have any strength, and if I did
the least thing it ucoined to
tax me so I could not finish.
I was run-down oure enough.
"Several of my friend* had
taken Cardui and they aaid (t»*
to me. Why dont you try it?*
I Liew I needed something to
build up my general health
and to increase my strength.
"Finally one day when I
*m recovering from a epell
of sickness, I decided to try
Caniui. I got a bottle and be-
gan to taka it. I could notice
that I was improving as my
appetite got he .ter end I did
not give out nearly ao quick.
I took several bottles and I
felt lots better.
’Two y utb ago I decided
to U it again. It built me
up anu made me i'-el like a
different pei-aon. It is the
grandoet n cdicir.3 for women jf> i
that 1 know anything about”
For Female TnaUat
DR. THUS. B KNOPP
ROTHE BLDG. HONDO, TEXAS
ENTRANCE ON BANDERA AVE.
Phones: Office 136 Res. 225
g J. MEYER, M D.
Office Over Hutsler Confectionery
•Intrance First National Bank Stain
Residence Phone: 80; Office Phone: 24-
C. J. BLESS
Carries a Complete Line
of dependable and
and all reasonably priced.
A share in your business is respectfully solicited
JOHN M. FINGER,
H. F. WURZBACH
H. E. HAAS*
Hondo National Farm Loan Ass’n.
OF MEDINA COUNTY, TEXAS
„ , httr'ei- No. )2H3, Ilatwl dspmmber *5. WI7
Loan Appraising Alternates: Directors!
Committee: Lou E. Heath John M. Finger F. G. Muennink
W. N. Saathoff F. G. Senne F. G. Senne H. F. Wurzbach
John M. Finger Aif. M. Finger Chas. Metzger I.ou E. Heath
H. F. Wurzbach Alf. M. Finger
Total Texas Farmers, 38,417—$112,330,891.00
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Davis, Fletcher. The Hondo Anvil Herald. (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 40, No. 51, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 17, 1926, newspaper, July 17, 1926; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth563676/m1/5/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.